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A BMX Racing club established in 1979
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Community Donation

Thanks to the northside TD Canada Trust for the $500 donation to the club!


2016 Registration

Registration is good for the calendar year so you can get your 2016 license and membership anytime! Check out the links here


Coming this spring!

Greg Hill Speed Seminar

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First Time Registrants

An Alberta Bicycle License and Lethbridge BMX Club membership are required before you can participate on the track
First time try-outs are available at no charge if a parent signs a waiver. We have loaner bikes and equipment for just this purpose

The first time you register online for your Alberta Bicycle License can be a bit daunting as the registration process at Alberta Bicycle covers all cycling disciplines. Click below for a registration user guide:

Guide to Online License Registration

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Rider Handbook

Your rider book contains all the information you will need for a successful season

Rider Handbook

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Location

We are located Northwest of the Dave Elton Ball Complex and North of the Chinese Cemetery. If you turn west on 6th Ave. North from Stafford Drive North and turn North just before the cemetery you have found us.

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2016 Club Schedule

Our season typically begins the first weekend of May and ends the final weekend of September. Inclement weather will force cancellations so watch our Calendar , our Facebook Page or our Twitter account for updates throughout the year.

Provincial Cup Series link

The normal start and end times for scheduled events are below. Times are subject to change
Local Races 6:00pm 8:30pm
Open Track (days) 10:00am Noon
Open Track (evenings) 6:00pm 8:00pm
Coaching (Group 1) 6:00pm 7:00pm
Coaching (Group 2) 6:00pm 7:00pm
Coaching (Group 3) 7:00pm 8:00pm

Points and Results

2016 Overall


Results Archives

2016 Points Table
Nov Int Exp/Elite Cruiser
1st 100 200 300 300
2nd 80 180 280 280
3rd 70 170 270 270
4th 60 160 260 260
5th 50 150 250 250
6th 40 140 240 240
7th 30 130 230 230
8th 20 120 220 220
all other 10 110 210 210
If you race in a higher class (e.g. you're a 10 Novice and you have to race with 10 Experts) due to lack of riders in your own class, you will be awarded points from your registered class. For example you are the only 10 Novice and you race 10 Experts and place third. You get a third place award for that race and third place novice points towards your year-end club ranking

To move up from Novice to Intermediate for all BOY'S classes you need 10 first place finishes as a Novice in your BMX career. A first place finish is an overall finish for that particular race night/day and not simply just one race. If you have been racing for 4 years and finally got your 10th first place finish as a Novice, you will be responsible to move up to the Intermediate.

To move up from Intermediate to Expert for all BOY'S classes you need 20 first place finishes as an Intermediate in your BMX career. A first place finish is an overall finish for that particular race night/day and not simply just one race. If you have been racing for 4 years and finally got your 20th first place finish as an Intermediate, you will be responsible to move up to the Expert.

To move up from Novice to Expert for all GIRL'S classes you need 25 first place finishes as a Novice in your BMX career. A first place finish is an overall finish for that particular race night/day and not simply just one race. If you have been racing for 4 years and finally got your 25th first place finish as a Novice, you will be responsible to move up to the Expert. There is no Intermediate class for Girls.

Rules Information

In Alberta we follow the UCI (worldwide) BMX Rulebook with country and province specific ammendments. We first refer to the Alberta policy, any rules not listed there would refer up to the Canadian Cycling Guide and in the same manner, then up to the full UCI BMX rulebook.

Rulebooks

2016 Alberta Bicycle BMX Policy

2016 Cycling Canada Companion Guide

2016 UCI BMX Rulebook

Lethbridge BMX Bylaws

About Lethbridge BMX

Lethbridge BMX is a bicycle motocross racing club that has a membership consisting of both male and female riders of all ages and abilities.

If you can ride a bicycle without training wheels you can race. If your a mom or dad you can race too! Come check out our fast paced, adrenaline filled sport.

Application link is below. You must purchase an Alberta Bicycle Association License and a Lethbridge BMX Club Membership online

2016 online registration


History

Established in 1979, Lethbridge was one of the first BMX racing clubs in Canada. We are a non-profit society with a board of directors all on a volunteer basis. The club has had several temporary locations starting in the coulees, to the river-bottom, next to Marshalls Auto Wreckers, in what is now a parking lot to the north of the Ability Resource Centre, and finally to it's new permament home in 1986 where it remains to this day.

Check out our HISTORY page for more


2016 Lethbridge BMX Executive

President - John Lavorato

1st Vice President - Chris Ferguson

2nd Vice President - Cory Dublanko

Secretary - Janine Dublanko

Treasurer - Deborah Williams

Track Operator - Sherri Schmidtler

Director of Rider Development - Darren Williams

Rider Rep - Tylar Enns

Director at Large - Mathew Trechka


Executive Minutes

All the minutes from each executive meeting are available for viewing. Click the button below for the list

Minutes


Registration Information

District Race Registration is open during the season from 8:00am til 5:00pm each scheduled race day. Click Below to register

District Race Registration


Need your annual Alberta Bicycle License and Lethbridge BMX Club Membership? Click below

License & Membership
Help with online registration


Looking to register for Provincial Races?

Provincial Series

Contact Lethbridge BMX

Lethbridge BMX Association
Box 503
Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 3Z1

info@lethbridgebmx.com